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VOL. XI.IV NO. 299.
SDAY MORN1XO. JUNK
191:- TWELVE PAG ES.
On Trains sad at
Rotsl Mew a tend a. Bo.
SINGLE COPY TWO CENTS.
FOR CITY MERGER
BY BIG MAJORITY
Omaha and South Omaha Both of
One Hind About Annexation,
Question Winning by Al
most 10,000 Votes.
GOOD VOTE UPON PROPOSITION
Every Precinct in South Omaha De
cides in Favor of Union with
DUNDEE ALONE IS OPPOSED
Omaha 9,T69 514
South Omaha 1,592 , 799
Dundee 79 301
Total. 11,440 1,614
Voters of Omaha, South Omaha
and Dundee yesterday Indorsed the
. merger proposition by a consolidated
majority of seven to one, the vote in
Omaha alone being nineteen to one.
In South Omaha two to one, while
In Dundee the vote was four to one
The total vote of more than IS, WW was
gratifying- to the Greater Omaha commit
tee, the Omaha vote of more than lOTO
being above estimates made during the
day try many. The South Omaha majority
wan particularly pleasing In view of
various activities aligned against con
solidation. FJvery precinct In ' 8outh Omaha re
turned a majority In favor of consolida
Count Over la Rnsh..
The voting waa accomplished without
Incident ' of unusual . character. The
count waa quickly completed, the clerks
of the First of the Tenth, In harge of
W. M. Glller. having their box and rec
ords into the election cornrnlssioner'g of
floe before S:15 o'clock.
The telephones of The Bee and other
place were kept busy all evening, ask
ing for the result of the election. There
waa w general feeling of good naturod
ness wtien the news waa quickly passed
around that the. vote, waa 'Overwhelmingly
la favor of consolidation.
Majorities ta Omaha Heavy. .,
Every Omaha precinct recorded a large
rote In favor of Greater Omaha. The
fifth of the Eighth waa noteworthy in
that the vote waa 88 to .0, there not betng
a nee&tiva vote cast In this precinct The
largest veto In the Omaha- precincts waa
In the first of the Second, wher the re
turns were 29 to W, and the lightest vote
waa in the fifth of the Third, as to S. The
largent negative vote la any Omaha pre
cinct was) fourteen In the fourth of the
Thouaad at Polls.
The Greater Omaha committee worked
hard In rouslng an interest among vot
ers, the task trying to offset the general
fooling that consolidation would carry
anyway and that any individual vote
would not count much anyway. Thou
sand were notified by telephone used
by thirty young women and a siren whis
tle waa blown during the day as re
minder. The buainea houses allowed
their clerk to get away during the day
The election, however, was not marked
by the usual attent noe of enthusiastic
workers as occur during a regular politi
It to noted that the Third ward regie,
tared the lightest vote of all of the Omaha
Saath Omaha Boads Lost.
The South Omaha park bonds failed by
a vote' of m to 1.701, being beaten In
A Dnnde Still Opposed.
The north precinct of Dundee took the
matter to heart by casting a voto of S
for and 237 against the merger;
Th election was the legal consumma
tion of a fight extending over many years
(Continued on Page Two-Column One.)
Forecast till 7 D. m. Wednesday:
For Omaha, Council Blurts and Vicinity
Partly cloudy; not much change In tem-
6 a. m 61
s a. ra. . fil
7 a, m 56
S a. m 69
a. m. 1
10 a. m 6
n a. m fi
13 m 71
1 P. m 71
1 D. m. 71
5 P. m 13
p. m 73
6 D. m 72
. m 71
7 p. m 70
8 p. m 9
1915. 1914. 113. lli
.... 7.1 l 7 66
.... 61 60 62
.... fcS 70 70 6
00 .00 1.0 .B
lures from the normal
Normal temperatuie 7
Ieflclem-y for th day I
Total deficiency since March 21
Normal precipitation 17 ln, h
Pefii-Wnev for the day 17 Inch
Total rainfall since iUrch 1 8.M Inches
Iteficixncy since March 1 4 Inch
Deficiency cor. period, 1H.,.. 16 Inches
Kxceits cor. period. 1.31 Inches
Btalion and Plate Temp. High- Raln
of Weather. 7 p.m. est. fall.
neyenne, cloudy 6.'
Itavenport, arl cloudy.. TO
Iwmver. cloud v W
I n .Sioine. , lear 7k
North 1'iHtle. cloudy U
Omaha. ler 7
Kai.ld City, cloudy M
Hheri'isn cloiiy M
moux t'Ky, clear tm
Yl'iitn.. raining Mi
T Indicates ii si c of rrerl )!
U A. WKL6I1, lcal Forecaster.
U.S. LIKELY SEVERS
RELATIONS IF NEXT
T7ilson and Cabinet Consider
Framing Answer to Germany's
Reply to Demands of
PR0MPJ REJOINDER PROBABLE
Warning to Warring Factions in
Mexican Republic is Completed '
BERNST0RFF TO SEE EXECUTIVE
WASHINGTON, Juue 1. After;
more'than two hours discussion l.y ;
President AVilson and the cabinet
over the international problems with
respect to Germany and Mexico con-;
fronting the United States, preps r a-!
tlons of a second note to Germany
was begun and a warning to the fac
tions in Mexico waa completed.
No announcement waa made further ,
than that the president's statement warn-
Ing the Mexcsn leaders to Improve con-;
dltlons would be made nubile tomorrow
morning. AH the cabinet officers were
especially reserved over what ho been !
said about Germany's -reply to. the;
I.usltanla note. It waa generally under
stood that while no flnnl conclusion was ,
reached, the president listened io a varied ;
expression of views and that the govern- j
rnent' course would be shaped hy to-
night or tomorrow at the White Hon- !
where the final decision . on foreign j
policies must rest during the adjourn-
ment of congress.
Brief Jtote to Be Seat.
The pi everting belief after the caolnet I
meeting was that a note, probably very i
brief, would t dlnpatched to Germany j
asking whether the Imperial government '
Intends by It answer to 'disregard fun- j
dsmental principle of International law.
If Germany' answer indicates an tin-!
willingness to recognise what .have hith
erto been regarded universally as ac-J
cepted principle of International law
baaed on custom and law of humanity,
the L'nited State probably will sever
diplomatic relation with Germany. That
view .found expression la quarter close
to tils' White 1 rouse- and wa looked upon
a the most plausible trend of the Amert-Can"g6Veri.mbhl'-'pbTJcy.
'?- W .
When Count Bernatorff. the German
ambassador, see President Wiiin to
morrow, unless he bring some new pro
posal differing from the reply signed by
Hot Von Jo ww, the German foreign
minister tt wa believed today In well
informed quarter that hi visit will not
affect the character of the new Ameri
can note,, although the president per
sonal view. It was thought, would be Im
pressed u.ion the ambassador and might
have some influence in Berlin on the re
ception or the forthcoming note.
The president.' It 1st understood, ha
ben much impressed with the practically
unanimous verdict of American editorial
opinion that the German answer I not
really an answer, but an evasion of th
greater Issues of law and humanity. His
close advisers say he regards It Is a
true reflection of th opinion of the
country and will endeavor by hi action
to express it
. View af Westminster Gaacrta.
fjONDON. June 1. "The German note
in reply to the communication of th
United atatea, concerning the Liusltanla,
the text of which i before u this morn
ing, is a document of grat Importance
in the evolution of sea law and it
raise questions, the substance of which
concern u all." say the Westminster
Gasette, In an editorial srtlele this
Continuing, th newspaper msvkea th
point that previous to thta war It was
an unquestioned ' prtnoipla that a bel
ligerent who seised an enemy merchant
man wa responsible for the safety of
non-combatant, whether passenger or
In an extreme case, where for hi own
safety, the belligerent sank the vessel,
he was under obllbatlon to the passenger
and crew. In the early stage of the
war," th Gasetto continue, "we w
thl obligation honorably acknowledged
by the captain of the Emden and other
"The American note stands for thl
principle. Th German reply argues that
danger from suspicious craft Is reason
for the sinking of a vessel so quickly that
Its crew and passenger are unable to
Japan Will Increase
Its Army and Navy
TOKIO, June 1. The government's
policy of mlltary development was ap
proved by the house today In au excit
ing session. By a vote of 222 to 131 the
house adopted th appropriation for an
Increase in . the standing army of two
division, or about 24,000 men. It then ap
proved th entire budget, including the
nava) program, which provides for the
construction - of three tubmarinoa and
eight torpedo boat destroyer.
The victory of the government waa
emphatic There wa no such strong op
position a appeared in th previous diet,
which waa dissolved by the emperor for
rejecting the cabinet' military program.
Speeches from government and opposi
tion leader showed that all parties fav
ored some form of military and naval
development Mr. Inukat, leader of the
Kokumluto party, -r the nationalists,
opposed th budget on th (round that
th increase to the array and navy which
i contemplated, were Inaufflt lent.
Speaker on behalf of the Kely ikai, or
liberals, based their jpposltiua on similar
V i PHOTOGRAPH OF POPE BENEDICT XV It
was made shortly before Italy declared war. A recent re
port coming from Madrid stated that His Holiness may, if
circumstances require, move to Spain.
) V' C
ConMerates a,t ; " ;
'Reunion Pledge ::.;5,f;
Support to Nation
RICHMOND. Vs., June 1. Pledges of
support lo President 'Wilson "In .these
perilous times" and prayer for righteous
peace of the world marked the opentng
here . today of the twenty-fifth annual
reunion of the United Confederate Vet
To the strain of "Dixie," "Car.y Me
Back to Old Virginia" and "Stonewall
Jackson's Way" thousands of wearers of
th gray from all parts of the southland
marched through the street of the capi
tal of the confederacy to the city Audi
torium, where they were welcomed by
Governor Stuart. '. . ' . '
Hundred of "Star and Bar" were
waved by a concourse of boy and girls
a the. veterans cheered a black clad little
woman, the widow of General J. E. B.
Stuart, the cavalry hero, , ...
At the outset of the ceremonies Chap
lain W. J, Bachman of Chattanooga
prayed for "blessings upon our count!,
our chief executive, all in authority in
these peiilou time and that th Ameri
can people may stand with face of flint
for ' righteousness and th peito of the
Th twentieth annual reunion of th
Son of Confederate Veterans, la also in
session her. Clarence J. Owen of W astir
ington waa roundly cheered when, ad
dressing the Son of Veteran, he said:
"If, In the wisdom of our great chief
executive, it should b decided that out
national honor la compromised by the
further maintenance of peace, and if the
call to arm should then follow, 1 say
that no part of the country will rally
more whole-heartedly to the support of
the president than the son of those who
fifty years ago took up arms la the
First Decision Under
New Liability Law
Takes Advance Step
WASHINGTON, Juno 1.-Intheflrfct
decision under the 1910 amendment to the
fedc-i employers' liability lw, th su
preme court today held that an adminis
trator la permitted to recover both for
pecuniar loss to any employe's estate
and for the suffering endured by the de
ceased. Russians Evacuate
Radom, Near Warsaw
EKRMX, June !. (Via Ixndon)-Ac-ccrJIng
to ai. I'noffUlnl report from
Plotrkow, Itussisn I olund, the Itussians
have cvninat. d Pjidom in Poland, south
EARTH SHOCK RECORDED
AT YALE UNIVERSITY
KKW HAVEV, O.nn.. June 1 -Perth
tremors were recorded on the seismograph
at Pesbody museum, aYl university, to
day. The flret tremor was at 9:56 o'clock
this morning and the maximum vibration
w reached at 11:15 o'clock and the
record ended at 101i o'clock. Mr. Trr.
the ohsei-ver, thinks the diMurbar.ce may
have been in the Alaskan regloii.
'?: v. i
; ;itt Mexico Presents
f Unusual Features
WASHINGTON., June l.-Presldont
Wilson will confer with Hiss Mabel
Boardman of the American Red Cross
tomorrow on a Red Cross plan to utilise
Mexican border army posts as depots for
the collection and distribution of food to
starving Mexican. Th president will
eonrer later with Secretary ' Garrison
the subject '
Reports to the Red Cross and the Btate
department indicate that In the presence
of famlre, foodstuff are being shipped
out of Mexico to the United State. Cuba
and elsewhere and that in th United
Rates they are being sold cheaper than
over the Mexican line. . v
' A an experiment Red Cros food sup
plies will be sent to American consuls,
who will form responsible local commit
tees to distribute them. The dispatch of
two carload of supplies to Monterey will
test that method.
Governor Wlthcombe of Oregon has ad
vised the Red Cross he will appeal for
aid and other governors are expected to
reply to the Red Cros appeal quickly.
Will Be Withheld
. WASHINGTON, June 1. President Wil
son announced today that he probably
will defer making public Ms statement on
Mexican affairs until tomorrow morning.
The president said he would deride
definitely after conferring today with
the cabinet. While he did not go into de
tails about the statement. It still was
understood that it will warn the fac
tions that they must Improve conditions
The president praised Duval West, his
special agent, who recently mado a de
tailed report and poxa of hi services
aa admirable. The main part of Mr.
West' work, the president said, naa b n
finished and there Is no present expecta
tion that he will return to Mexico.
Torpedo Fired at
OAIYVTSTON. Tex., June l.-t'aptaln
Kessot of the Norwegian steamship Kron
tad, which arrived here today from
Ard roans n told of a narrow escxt from
attack by German submarine. On May
6, while the k'ronstad was about forty
miles off Cork, a German plunger ap
peared. The raptalr. said he ordered hi
engines stopped and then saw t torpedo
fired at his vessel, whereupon he ordered
full speed ahead. The torpedo crossed the
steamer wae barely six feet astern.
Th Kronstud's name and color were
plainly painted on tt side. It was In
ballast. ' ,
Russian Bark is
Blown Up by Mine
LONDON, June t-The Russian bark
Montroaa was blown up by a mine last
night in th North Sea, twenty-five miles
from Snurn. The vessel sank.lu crew
wa landed nt Hull today by a Noiweglan
Teuton Troops Capture Remainder
of Garrison of 1,400 Men,
with Over Score of
SLAUGHTER IS VERY HEAVY
Russians Fail to Escape Fate by
Attacking- in Masses Against
DEAD COVER THE BATTLEFIELD
BERLIX, June 1. The following
official statement waa Issued:
"In front of' Frsemysl. Bavarian
I troops yesterday stormed forts 10-A,
11-A and 12 west of Dunkowlrzki,
CBAturlng the remainder of a unrrl-
son of 1,400 men with elehtcen
heavy and five llpht cannoff. The
Russians attempted to escape, their
fate by an attack In masses asalnst
our position east of Jaroslau, but
fr.lled, aa enormons number of duad
covering the battlefield before our
"The conquerors of Zwlnln, a
ridge in the Carpathian the Prus
sian guard under command of the
i Bavarian general. Count Bolhmer
I stormed a strongly fortified place on
1 the Stry and broke through Rui.sion
i position near and northwest of Stry.
: l'p to the present we have captured
in this region fifty-three officers,
r,182 men and eight cannon and fif
teen machine guns.
NIHH. Serbia. June 1. (Via London.)
The resumption of military activity on
the part of Serbia s gainst Austria Is In
dicated in an -offMal announcement is
sued today. . The military ., authorities
claim a sucreastul artillery engagement
fs a result of which a battalion of Aus
trian, which was fortifying Itself to the
northeast of Caplnova, was dispersed.
Considerable military activity la being
carried on at the Serbian frontier.
Several months ha passed since Serbia
has been artlvely engaged In Important
military operations s gainst Austria-Hungary.
It wa In December that the last
fighting wa reported.
I Recent dUpatche indicated that a new
Serbian army waa being organised and
that a resumption of hostilities might be
expected. 'On the other hand, Austria
has been making preparation, . and a
dispatch early in May said a new Aus
trian army waa getting ready to retake
the field against Perbta.
It ha been predicted that Serbia would
strike again a soon Austria wa well
occupied with th situation on Its Italian
Chicago Police in
Court to Answer
Charges of Graft
CHICAGO, June L Hearing of evidence)
In the so-called police graft case begun
In Judge Diver's branch of th criminal
James OTV Btoren, former captain at
the Maxwell Street station, and Michael
Weisbaum and Frederick Roth, former
deputy under him, are alleged to have
protected member of a ring of burglar
on a percentage basts of the loot.
Stephen A. Malato, assistant state's
attorney, in his opening statement, said
the evidence would show that the defend
ant entered a conspiracy to aid pro
tected members of the ring In perpetrat
ing burglaries, thereby becoming princi
pal In th crime.
The Day's War News
I! TIIK ZEPPELIN RAID over Lon
don last night alnety bombs wer
dropped. Foar pertsss were killed
and other Injured. Official an
snssrenrst waa made today (hat
no pnblte bwlldlnat wa damaged.
AUSTRIAN AVIATORS ksft dropped
bombs la Bart and B Ha dial, la
ITALIAN ARMY which is lavadlag
the Aastriaa province of Trent
from the east, having previously
eaptnred the list f C ortina, slaty
miles aorthesist af the rly af
Trent, has nsw oorapled thirty
seven vlllssres In th snrronadlna;
AlBTRIAK CITY OK HOVEHETO,
who elaborate defease are re
lied span to rherk the Italians
from pnshlag ap the Adig river
valley and besieging Trent, Is new
threatened by the Invaders.
Hovsrrts He thirteen mile aonth
af Treta, raplnre nf which Is en
af the great objectives ( Italy.
IBHBIt APPARENTLY ha began a
new campaign. Its army having
bnsa reorganised daring the Ian
Inll since active hostilities were
aader way against Austria early
TRiTiipoRTtnox or iihuish
from onilDitllauiilr I said In hc
of a British submarine which
oralslag la front of lb city.
ADYANCE OF TURK
Operations of Submarine in Front of
Constantinople Prevent Sending
Soldiers to Dardanelles.
SULTAN SELIM IS DISARMED
LONDON", June 1. Aa Athens dl
pstrh to the Exchange Telegraph
company savg it. has been learned
there that the transportation of
Turkish troopa to the Dardanelles
has been Interrupted by tie opera
tions of a British submarine, which
Is cruising In front of Constantino
ple. Paalo In Constantinople.
ATHENS, June l.-(Vla london.l
Latost advices reaching here from Con
stantinople are that the battle cruiser
Sultan Sellm. formerly the Ooeben, has
been virtually dlsmanned.
Recent developments at the Dardanelles
are described aa having cast a gloom over
the Turkish capital, where a strong cur
rent of opinion In In favor of opening the
straits and negotiating for peace.
During the recent British submarine
raid In the sea of Marmona and off Con
stantinople there waa a condition of panlo
In the city. The people shouted that the
Russlnns were coming and vessels were
hastily withdrawn to the far end of the
Golden Horn. Troops on board trans
ports were diHamharked and some gun
were fired at the submarine.
Italians and Oreeks continue to arrive
at Dedesgatch by rail. They report that
Constantinople was sobered by this raid.
On of th remits wa the dispatch of all
the troops available to the Dardanelles.
Talnat Bey had the Armenian patriarch
brought before him. He remonstrated nt
the behavior of the Armenian and
warned the patriarch that condition
must lmprov. ,
French Itomhard Haifa, Sourna.
PA Rift, June 1. The German consul at
Haifa In Syria, on th bay of A ore, hav
ing Incited the Turkish troopa to oommit
acts hostile to the Vrenoh, a ' French
crulocr stilled up to Haifa and by a few
well directed shell destroyed the con
sulate. This Information Is found In an an
nouncement given out today by the
French ministry of marine, which reads:
' "The ministry of marine, having been
advised that the German consul at Haifa
had Incited Turkish troop to open fir
on a boat carrying a flag of true and to
vlolat the burial place in Haifa of a
number of soldier of th army - of
Napoleon, scattering at the same, time
the remains of a French admiral Interred
there, sent a -cruiser which destroyed the
oonaulat. The Ottoman authorities wer
given previous notice of th reason for
th bombardment No other buildings
Turkish Official Resort.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Jun X. Vla ton
don.) An official announcement given
out today read:
"The enemy on Monday attack. our
right wing near AvI Burnu, but they were
repulsed. Their losses are estimated at
100 killed and more dead wer observed
In th valley.
"Monday night the enemy attempted
to recapture the trenchea lost the pre
vious day In their center by a surprise
attack. They were repulsed everywhere
and lost many in killed. We also took
arms and ammunition.
"On the front of Buddui Bahr ther
have been exchangee of artillery and rVfl
French Official Report.
PARIS, June 1-An official report oa
th operation in th Dardanelles given
out her thl afternoon aayst
' "The fighting has resolved itself for
several days past into engagement ovar
a limited ara The have taken place
almost dally and all have oom to aa
end with gains for the al'.iod troopa."
Continuing the report says a detach
ment of colonial volunteer captured try
assault on Friday evening a small trt
In th Ravine of Kerevsa Dere, repulsing
two counter attacks delivered by th
Turks and inflicting heavy losses an the
"The British troops also won a brilliant
success In repulsing a vMent assault
near Gaba Tepe," say th report.
Toop Suit Attacking
Law is Dismissed
WA8H1NQTON, May 1. The supreme
court today dismissed a suit attacking
the constitutionality of the Nebraska
state law prohibiting non-resident alien
from Inheriting agricultural land. Eng
lish heir of John Toop attacked dis po
tion of hi property, claiming their Inter
est wa guaranteed by treaty.. The court
found the treaty did not exist until after
Toop died and therefor dismissed the
suit. The effeot la to leave the constitu
tionality of th law undetermined .
Nation of American
PHILADELPHIA, June L A declara
tion of Inter-dependence which would
pave the way for a new "nation of na
tion" wa proposed today by Mayor
Blankenburg of Philadelphia, speaking in
Independence hall to the delegatus to tha
recent Pan-American financial cenfsr
tnce, guest of th city for the day. T
mayor proposed also the use of an inter
national flag to protect commerce In high
"Upon this meeting, properly fo'!owd
i p," said the mayor, "may b orgnulsed
a new nation of nations. The tlmo ha
cenic alien thirteen or mora notions on
this continent should sign declurslCS
of independence. WM can form such a
r.nlon between ourselves thst would be
The instnr's MJR.-tinn v.aa greeted
with cheers by tlie delegates.
KEEPS LID ON AIR
Damage Canted by Zeppelini in Outlying-
Districts of Metropolis
Carefully Concealed by
LULL ON THE MILITARY FRONTS
Vienna Refuses to Affirm or Deny
Russian Claims of Successes
on San River.
NEAR EAST AGAIN IN FERMENT
LONDON, June 1. The Zeppetir
raid on the metropolitan area las.
nltfht has brought a recrudescence ct
the antt-Oerman demonstrations uf
the mob. The feeling against Ger
mans la acute. Crowds have ..t
tacked German ships and special con
stables have had to be called out to
deal with the people. The .r'otcra
have pulled down the barrlcat'ej
from shops which had been bonrOd
op since the previous disorders, a.id
what furniture and goods remained,
has been looted.
Ninety bombs were dropped In
th,e raid on London last night by.
Zeppelin ships. Four persons wet"
killed and a few were Injured. No
public building's were damaged. This
Information waa given out officially
Th ttement of the authorltiea rvid;
"In amplification of the Information
which ppered In this morning' new'
roper th following particular of last
night's Zeppelin raid In th metropolitan
area are now available for publication: '
Iite last night about ninety bombs,
rotly of an Incendiary character, were
dropped from hostile aircraft In varlct
localities not far distant from each other. -A
number of fire, of which, only throe
a ere large enough lo require the serv
ices of fire englna, broke out. All ftt
them were promptly and effectively dealt
with, and only one of them necessitate,! .
a district cal. The fire all were caused
by tha Incendiary homl referred r o- ts-
public buildings were Injured, but a ii')n-ber-of
private residence were damaged .
by fire and water. ,
"The number pf casualties is small s
far as at present ha been ascertained.
On infant, tmo boy, one man and one
woman wer killed, and another wor.-..n
was so seriously injured that her lite Is
"A few other private rltisen were seri
ously injured, but the prerUa n.i.nber
has not been ascertained.
"Adequate pollc arrangements, in hid
ing th calling out of special constables,
nabWd th situation to be kopt thor
oughly In hand at all time."
Th ordinary life and bustneia of Lon
don 1 being carried on a usual, except
on sees small groups discussing with In
tense curiosity a crop of wild rumor.
0o far aa th public here ha been al
lowed to know a general lull prevaila on
th different military fronts. It la ap
parent, nevertheless, that fighting Is still
proceeding along the River San In the .
vicinity of Prsemyai. Vienna say noth
ing either in confirmation or denial of
th reported Russian success at this print. '
Aa pfficial anrraunonment from, Nlsh .
Indicates the resumption of active ho- .
turtles against Austria-Hungary, which ,
had bean npended during th Italo-Aisj-,
, Th near east apparently again it In a ,
ferment with a bulgar-Roumanian en
tente reported as among the probabj&tr-'
tie of th near futore, and Coturtntl
r.opls is said to- be excited over the re.
cent British aubmarin raid and tha dis
mantling of th cruiser Saltan 8ellm, for- ,
merly th Ooeben.
According to a dispatch received here
(Contlnosd on Page Two, Column Five. I
THE WANT-AD. WAY.
"Whan yon know you're not forgot tea'
A the rsaalt of a little ad, .
It' a feeling of eattsfaottoa.
sal It oosrht to auks ran arlmA.
ThjV many a thriving Isaalasa
W tU it to yoa aer ..
Rnaalag aa ad la the Class ifld
vary day la the year.
Bom of taaaa started year ago,
Aad Uttla by lmia tay grow.
Ton oaa MT your not forgot tsn
tt yon have aa ad taar. too.
In th Bee' Classified ar acores
of small advertlaouMnt that run
every day In tha year. Ksano tuner,
flower ahopa. puparharuror. Un
painter. motorcycle dealer n'l
nearly verv other kind of busi
ness. No matter what your busi
ness or profession, if you want i,.
keen up In the march of prosrest
advertls. If vim aiiot f,ni
big advertising, st.ut ht.hI! -u
wrlle up KOMK U,,4 f -(1 -aj
I'LT IT IN TUfi UJlAiSA liliffi.
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